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Ipiales is a city and Catholic bishopric in Nariño Department, southern Colombia, near the border with Ecuador. It is located at around 0°49′49″N 77°38′40″W, with an elevation of about 2950 m. Ipiales is located on the high plateau called "Tuquerres e Ipiales," the city lies at a distance of 82 km from Pasto, the department's capital." Ipiales is known as "la ciudad de las nubes verdes" (the city of the green clouds) because sometimes, especially in the afternoon, greenish clouds appear over the city. One of the area's favorite foods is the guinea pig or cavy (Cavia porcellus), called kuy or kuwi. The economy of this city is based on border trade between Ecuador and Colombia.
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Ipiales features an unusually cool subtropical highland climate (Köppen Cfb), with an average temperature around 15 °C colder than its near equatorial climate might suggest. Ipiales has summer (from October to March) and winter (from April to September) due to the city's high altitude at almost 3,000 metres (9,800 ft) above sea level, which makes it the highest major city in Colombia and one of the highest on Earth. Rainfall is high year round falling on an average of 235 days, with a slight drying trend from July through September. The average temperature is cold for a subtropical highland climate with the city escaping an (E) Alpine classification by less than 1.5 °C. Temperatures rarely break the 20 °C mark or fall below freezing, giving the city perpetual spring-like weather.